I love telling stories, and I am obsessed with finding new ways to tell stories that make full use of the technology available to us, especially when that technology is mobile.
I love a good app, and by the looks of it, I’m going to love Steller!
In our final episode of the ChurchMag Podcast, we (Eric Dye, Phil Schneider & Jeremy Smith) talk about the future of the ChurchMag Podcast.
What would you like to see happen to the podcast?
CreationSwap is a great place to find high quality videos, graphics and print media.
Just because you can’t afford a full creative staff for your church, doesn’t mean you can’t have high quality, awesome sermon videos, slides and mailers.
If you’re looking for a little something extra for your upcoming Easter Sunday service, look no further than CreationSwap. Here’s a sampling of some free Easter media they are offering for you to try:
MAMP 3 has been released!
MAMP is improved over the previous version and now comes in a Windows flavor, too (coming soon). While the pro version will cost you (reduced price for those with a MAMP 2 license), they are still offering the non-pro version for free.
For those that wonder why you would ever need such an app, here’s why:
If you are doing any kind of web development or web design, it can save you a lot of time and headache by testing your work on your own machine. Web browsers refresh faster, multiple PHP versions can be tried, etc…
Now, here’s MAMP3:
Let me be upfront, I’m always looking for ways to make my job easier and one of those areas is church communication.
I believe church communication is vital for any church. So, I have been doing rigorous research to find the best, and most economical solution.
When you combine technology with commercials, you may just end up with something mind blowing ( Or in this case, hair blowing).
Watch how a basic advertising concept of a hair product is taken to the next level with smart sensors:
Over 200 million people have watched their Facebook Look Back videos (I am sure it’s more by now).
It was certainly a hit, especially among those active members who post photos, updates and use the social network for more than just social gaming.
But I wonder…what if Google+ compiled a Look Back video? What might that look like…